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The local area guide to living in Trefnant

Trefnant is a modest sized village nestled among the vast green countryside of North Wales. There are remnants of the village’s past dotted about to give residents some historical points of interest. Llannerch Hall, originally from the 17th century, stands three storeys tall to the North and sits on a vast 20th century garden, of which a section has been turned into a golf course.

Trefnant has a Village Hall, which is a hub of local activity. It holds many events including Indoor Bowls, Mother and Toddler Group, Yoga, Karate and Photography, to name a few. To the back of the Village Hall there is a large playing field as well as a café called Crossroads café. The village hall provides a great opportunity to meet members of the local community and get involved.

Information about the local residents

The population of Trefnant, as of the 2011 census, is 1,970. 24.2% of these residents, who have a formal qualification of some sort, hold a level 4 qualification, a figure that is in line with the average for Wales. There is a significant age distribution throughout the village of Trefnant, which shows that it is welcome to all ages and, due to its local amenities as well as nearby attractions, there is plenty for all ages to do. 71% of Trefnants residents who are in employment are in full time employment, this exceed the Wales average, with the highest proportion of those people working in human health and social work.

Sources: 2011 Census, Office of National Statistics.

Nearby schools

There are a number of education establishments in the area to choose from; including a couple of schools rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. One of which is Ysgol Frongoch, a primary school located around 7 minutes South of Trefnant by car. The other closest ‘outstanding’ primary school is Ysgol Esgob Morgan; this is around 8 minutes away by car to the North of Trefnant village in Saint Asaph. The village of Trefnant is also located around a 10-minute drive North of the well-known Myddleton College of Denbigh. There are a lot more to choose from in the local area including Ysgol Trefnant, which is located in the centre of the village itself. Overall, Trefnant is an ideal central location for access to some great schools.

Getting around

Trefnant is well connected to the rest of Wales. The A525 runs North and South of the village centre as well as the B5428, which lies South West of central Trefnant. By following the A525 North, you can reach the North Wales Expressway in less than 10 minutes, meaning that the village is in a great position to access Wales and the rest of the UK.

The 51 bus serves Trefnant and picks up passengers in between Rhyl and Denbigh as well as the 53 service, which collects Trefnant passengers on its journeys to and from Denbigh and Prestatyn. One of the nearest train stations to the village is Rhyl Station, which can be reached by car from Trefnant in around 20 minutes. This station runs Arriva and Virgin West Coast Train services in between Wales and England.

Local shops

Trefnant has a good handful of local amenities to provide residents with essentials. These include a Spar Minimarket, Fish and Chip Shop, Post Office and a garage to name a few. If you require a bigger supermarket then Abergele, which by car is under 20 minutes away, has a large Tesco Superstore.

There is also Tweedmill Shopping Outlet located near central Trefnant, which offers shoppers 50,000 square feet of shops that sell household names and local produce. As well as this, there is a big selection of varying shops and attractions in towns and villages near to Trefnant in places such as Denbigh, which is located about 10-minutes South by car and Rhyl and Prestatyn, which are about 20 minutes North West and North East respectively.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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